• Title: The Whole World for Each
  • Author: Kate MacLeod
  • ISBN: 9781946552464
  • Page: 323
  • Format: ebook
  • The Whole World for Each After humankind fled Earth for space they discovered one inescapable truth People die in space And lots of dead people means lots of ghosts April Nguyen earns a nice living getting rid of those ghosts
    After humankind fled Earth for space they discovered one inescapable truth People die in space And lots of dead people means lots of ghosts April Nguyen earns a nice living getting rid of those ghosts People all over the Solar System clamor for her aid.April s only problem Never actually seeing a ghost She pretends, she feigns, she completely convinces her clients, bAfter humankind fled Earth for space they discovered one inescapable truth People die in space And lots of dead people means lots of ghosts April Nguyen earns a nice living getting rid of those ghosts People all over the Solar System clamor for her aid.April s only problem Never actually seeing a ghost She pretends, she feigns, she completely convinces her clients, but she fears her inevitable exposure as a fraud.And then comes Hakim, the ultimate suspicious sceptic watching her every move And yet April feels herself drawn to him He knows a whole other world The Whole World for Each , a story about belief and disbelief and how we jump between the two Humankind escaped Earth, but not death and what comes after.

    One Reply to “The Whole World for Each”

    1. I received a signed final copy of this book via a giveaway and extend my gratitude for the opportunity to read and review the text. I plan to explore more of this newfound author's works in the future!This book is spectacular; a strongly recommended read for anyone who values logic, mathematics and critical thinking. The intricate settings were well constructed, featuring aspects such as hydroponic gardens for self-sustainability and edge-of-space tea houses offering pickled delicacies. Intelli [...]

    2. After reading the synopsis, I was expecting a horror/Gothic natured tale, But the story took a surprising turn to be a young adult space adventure with elements of postapocalyptic earth, ghost, demons and science facts. I wish the relationship between April, Hakim, Salima and lars could be more explained and strengthened to believe the friendship they forge so fastly.Though the story was slow moving in some places, it kept me engaged till the end. Quite an entertaining read.

    3. Stellar! I really enjoyed this book. It reminded me slightly of the "Firefly" television series but more serious. Well developed. Wonderful character and setting descriptions especially with the movement of the book. I had to keep reading. Difficult to put down! I would love to see a sequel to this and find out what happens next!

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